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November 22, 1974 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-22

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Friday, Nov. 22, 1974-19

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

`Ironside Plants Trees in Israel


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Actor Ra:imond Burr, TV's "Ironside," and Don Gallo-
who plays Sgt. Ed Brown in the series, were in Israel
ntly as guests of the ministry of tourism and the Jew-
National Fund, who invited the pair to plant trees in
Biriya Forest near Safed. Participating in the tree-.
ting ceremony were Mordechai Lador, JNF represent-
and Michael Tidhar, director of North American
Tourism who presented certificates and JNF commem-
orative coins to the actors.

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Ford's Remarks on 'Other Arab
Nations' and 'Parties' Unclear

By JOSEPH POLAKOFF- Union ".could also become
WASHINGTON (JTA) - somelow involved"
At a news conference, Sec-
_The White House has declined
to clarify President Ford's retary of State Henry A. Kis-
remarks Nov. .14 when he told singer denied that there was
a press conference in Phoe- any contingency plan for the
nix, Ariz., that the U.S. is U.S. to enter a new Arands-
"trying to get the Israelis to raeli war should such an out-
negotiate a settlement or ad- break occur, though he ,indi-
ditional settlements with the cated that this might .change
Egyptians and other Arab if another outside power in- ,
nations," and then said that tervene,d.
Kissinger told the press
Israel should negotiate with
Egyptians and "other Arab that the U.S. would not "give
advice" to Israel on whether
parties."
To some, the phrase "other it, should enter negotiations
the PLO.
Arab parties" implied the4in- with
He described Arafat's UN
elusion of the -Palestine Lib- speech
as not providing "a
.--eration Organization: This particularly moderate posi-
implication was suggested by tion." He laid that as the
Ford's statement last month U.S,. read it, Arafat "calls
where he said, that negotia-
a state which did not in-
tions should be held between for
clude
Israel. We do not con-
Israel and Egypt and between sider this
a particularly mod-
Israel and Syria and "Jor-
erate position."
dan or the PLO."
Asked if the U.S. consider-
Both the White House and
it "inevitable" 4or Israel
the State Department said at ed
to deal with the PLO, Kissin-
that time that the U.S. has
said the Ford Adminis-
not changed its attitude to- ger
tration view has not changed.
ward the PLO.
still prefers that the future
White House press secre- It
of
the West Bank is settled
tary Ronald Nessen, asked
between Israel and Jordan.
by the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency to clarify Ford's
Phoenix remarks, replied that American U. Gets
he did not know why the Jewish 'Studies Gift
President referred k to both
WASHINGTON - T h e
"nations" and "parties."
Morris
Gewirz family here
He said. he would not go
contributed a substantial
beyond Ford's remarks, but has
stated that the President's sum to The American Uni-
comment was "an excellent versity to support"the Morris
summation of U.S. policy in Gewirz Series in J e wish
the area" and that the U.S Thought, a series of courses
"is leaving the decision as in AU's Jewish studies pro-
to who will be the negotiators gram.
The family. gift, made in
to the parties involved."
Ford, meanwhile, described memory of the late Morris
the Middle East Situation as Gewirz, a lawyer, account-
potentially very _serious and ant, local investor and early
said a peaceful solution was developer, was presented on
behalf of the family by his
perative."
e President said, "It widow, Frances R. • Gewirz,
t to be obvious to every- to President. George H. Will-
ody that we cannot go on iams and Provost Robert E.
indefinitely with the very del- Cleary.
The Jewish Studies Pro-
icate circumstances that exist
between Israel and Egypt, gram began in 1973, has been
Israel and Jordan, Israel and a Bachelor of Arts program
Syria - or fail' to take into sin c e January 1974, and
account • the legitimate in- stresses the relationship be-
terests of the Palestinian peo- tween the scholar's ideal and
the community's reality. The
ple." -
In addition, he said, "We program d r a w s upon the
have the problem of the po- schools of government and
tentiality that if there were public administration and in-
a new confrontation between ternational service 'to pre-
the Israelis and Arabs, we pare both Jewish and non-
could face the possibility of Jewish leader s in the
another oil embargo and the American and world com-
United States and the Soviet munity.



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